Located inside the Shilo Battlefield National Military Park is the Indian Mounds National Park. This is a Mississipian-culture village, inhabited between roughly 1000 and 1400 CE with the remains of a number of artificial mounds. Some were ceremonial, some were burial sites, and some were houses.
Some photos from a visit:
The park The village was once surrounded by a wooden stockade wall. This low ridge is all that remains of it. A “Borrow Pit” from which dirt was dug to build the mounds Looking across the town’s central plaza towards one of the mounds Another mound Two mounds near each other Pathway to the top of one of the mounds View of the Tennessee River